FAQ

Are essential oils dangerous?

Are essential oils dangerous?

Rather than talking about danger, we need to concern about safety of essential oils. There are a few factors to be considered to ensure the safe use of essential oils. They are:

Quality of essential oils

Chemical composition of essential oils

Identifying essential oils hazards

All of our essential oils indicate any safety concerns on the website

Are essential oils dangerous?



Are your oils therapeutic grade?

Are your oils therapeutic grade?

Yes, all our essential oils are of therapeutic grade:

Correctly identified (Latin name and chemical constituents)

Pure

Safe for use (less is more)

Have proven efficacy

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Are your oils therapeutic grade?



Do you make customised blends?

Do you make customised blends?

Yes, we do. Our synergistic blend for relaxation such as Sweet Dreams was composed for customers having problems to unwind; our body oil Hygge was formulated for our customers with severe eczema condition, our inhaler Hay fever was the result of many enquiries about allergies treatments. We also do have designed various facial treatments.

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Do you make customised blends?



How do essential oils work?

How do essential oils work? The essential oils are distributed to the tissue in accordance with the extent of blood flow, the ease of passage across cell membranes and the extent of binding to plasma and tissue proteins. The body tissue most perfused by blood will also be the tissue most exposed to the action of the essential oils, whilst the tissue with little active circulation will have less chance to respond to treatment. You can find essential oil blends here

How do essential oils work



What are carrier oils?

Carrier oils or vegetable oils are lipids and are largely composed of fatty acids. Pure carrier oils are cold-pressed vegetable, nut or seed oils. They are readily absorbed by the skin, nourish and heal it. Carrier oils help essential oils to penetrate the skin, particularly in therapeutic massage or in bath. They should be kept in a cool, dark place, tightly closed to avoid oxidation. The following carrier oils are used for blending with essential oils: Apricot, Argan, Avocado, Evening Primrose, Grapeseed, Jojoba, Macadamia, Rosehip, Sweet Almond, and Wheat germ. You can find carrier oils here

What are carrier oils?



What are essential oils?

What are essential oils? Plant essences are true life essences, elaborated by the secretory cells of the plants that tapped the photo-electro-magnetic energy of the sun and have converted it with the intervention of enzymes, into biochemical energy under the form of highly diversified aromatic molecules. Drs. Franchomme and Peneol

Essential oils give the plant its aroma and have a significant physiological effect on people.

Essential oils are extracted from the flowers, leaves, fruits, stems, roots and other parts of the plants by distillation, expression and extraction.

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What are synergy blends?

What are synergy blends? Synergy blend is a combination of essential oils to tend a definite condition. Blending is an art. Creating a synergy requires a deep understanding of essential oils, a fair amount of experience and a lot of intuition. To create a synergy you need to take into account the holistic approach: the symptoms to treat, the causes of the disorder, the biological and emotional factors involved. Besides, knowledge of the chemical components is quite beneficial in creating a blend.

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What are synergy blends



What is a GC/MS report?

What is a GC/MS report? Quality control and assurance of essential oils is provided by GC/MS report. The gas- liquid chromatography (GC) is used to determine the percentage of the constituents making up the essential oil. Mass spectrometry (MS) determines the molecular mass of each molecule, thus identifying each constituent of the essential oil. The technique is used to analyse the essential oil quality.

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